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Help! I am almost done mods

Hey all -

Believe it or not, I think after adding the 44t and handguards, I am done "farkeling" around with the bike...I've added

Madstad bracket
Mikes shield
Givi Shield
Lower pegs
heated grips
Butt reduction
GPS mount
Givi Trunk
Side bags and side supports
Seat Mod (DIY)
Tank protector
Tank Bag
Mirror extenders
Fuzeblock


HELP! it is almost perfect now...I need other suggestions or I will get bored and sell it...just so I can start over with another bike


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Hey all -

Believe it or not, I think after adding the 44t and handguards, I am done "farkeling" around with the bike...I've added

Madstad bracket
Mikes shield
Givi Shield
Lower pegs
heated grips
Butt reduction
GPS mount
Givi Trunk
Side bags and side supports
Seat Mod (DIY)
Tank protector
Tank Bag
Mirror extenders
Fuzeblock


HELP! it is almost perfect now...I need other suggestions or I will get bored and sell it...just so I can start over with another bike
See weljo for sugestions on mods and by weljo's standard you have a long way to go
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See weljo for sugestions on mods and by weljo's standard you have a long way to go
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I am working on a front high fender kit.... I have most of it engineered so far but I need to work on the fork guard's a little more. I am using a Polisport SM fender for mine but the unit will accept other's. More info soon.

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nice - put me on the short list for that one


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HELP! it is almost perfect now...I need other suggestions or I will get bored and sell it...just so I can start over with another bike
Suggestions to your cry for help (LOL): Take a full day or multi-day trip - go ride big! If you need to farkle, then get some clothes or stuff for riding. If it's hopelessly Winter, get a battery minder and park it. Go ski. Rent a snowmobile. Take a parachute jump. Train for a triathlon. Life's short - live large.

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You need crash bars, bad.

What is butt reduction anyway?
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You need crash bars, bad.

What is butt reduction anyway?

butt reduction = removing the rear fender/mud guard ugly piece of plastic thing and repositioned the brake lights


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I am working on a front high fender kit.... I have most of it engineered so far but I need to work on the fork guard's a little more. I am using a Polisport SM fender for mine but the unit will accept other's.
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Are you really ever all the way done?
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How about a Full Arrow system and PCv for a bit of extra power.

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How about showing us a photo or two of your Versys... be nice to see what it looks like...
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Don't see a hugger, crash bars, driving lights, Stebel horn, etc. on the list. You aren't even close to done.

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Don't see a hugger, crash bars, driving lights, Stebel horn, etc. on the list. You aren't even close to done.
I think Kimel's correct

The party hasn't even started yet and your throwing in the towel?
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